That makes all the difference in the world man. I'm So damn close on mine I just keep siftin through the pile but as soon as it runs again irs all gettin cleaned up and rearranged. I gotta give up the farm shop lifeI did clean off my bench though. I can see it now. That's good at least. It was bad.
This. Or isn't there a steam pipe kinda thing in the back that rots out?The EGR issue generally happens more often after a steady Cruise drive and rears its head at the first stop you come to after getting off the highway
An easy way to be able to rule this out is to remove the two bolts holding the EGR to the intake and making a block off gasket using the side of a cereal box.
Sometimes the chunk of carbon will not break apart and get out of there
Yep. Vacuum pumps and smog pumps and stupid little pipes and all the other mid 80s and early 90s hell before they halfway figured out what they were doin. Thank God for obd2 and mpfiI guess I should mention, this thing is all original. It has about 70k miles on it, and gets driven maybe 200 miles a year. I would have at least pulled the plugs to look at them, but that thing is an emissions nightmare. There is crap everywhere in the engine bay.
Thats what they all are here that bein said I'll take early Ford emissions over beatin split rims and chloride filled farm tires for the last couple decadesDont be a pussy i slung wrenches on em all the time.
.... you can b**** when it's got a hundred ninety Thousand Miles and been a plow truck for the last 10 years.
thats a great idea. i always hated checking/filling them...
maybe there is a market for thses to be sold? get on it!